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Who should attend Financial Reporting for Business and Corporate Attorneys
This basic-to-intermediate level program is designed to provide a comprehensive overview of financial and corporate reporting procedures for: Attorneys, CPAs and Accountants, CFOs
Financial reporting is a time consuming and essential aspect of any corporate or general business attorney's day. Are you confident your SEC filings are accurate and audit-proof? Do you need a refresher course on accounting standards or reading/drafting financial statements? This program will review the legal and practical issues of preparing disclosure documents. Don't leave your company and self at risk for a costly audit. Register today and learn the nuts and bolts of corporate reporting.
Review the latest developments and updates to the Securities Exchange Commission.
Understand how to apply Generally Accepted Accounting Principles to everyday corporate accounting practices.
Know how to read and interpret common financial statements such as balance sheets and cash flow statements.
Utilize effective project valuation techniques and considerations necessary for making informed investment decisions.
Review the steps and procedures for filing an accurate and audit-proof Annual Form 10-K.
Identify which SEC filings are required, optional and unaccepted through EDGAR.
Recognize and avoid common filing mistakes that trigger audits.
Reconcile conflicting interests between attorneys and auditors through effective communication methods.
Securities Exchange Commission Update 9:00 - 9:15, Steven F. Carman
Overview of Fundamental Accounting Concepts 9:15 - 10:30, Richard H. Ong
GAAP and Other Methods of Accounting
Cash vs. Accrual Accounting
T-Accounts and Double Entry System
The Golden Rules of Accounting
Reading Financial Statements
Fair Value and Market-to-Market
Profit and Loss Statements
Cash Flow Statements
Financial Statement Ratios and Calculations
Considerations in Corporate Finance 10:45 - 12:00, Matt Barberich
The Investment Decision
The Financing Decision
The Dividend Decision
Managing Working Capital
Financial Risk Management
Accounting for Income Taxes
SEC Filings (purpose, tips and techniques) 1:00 - 2:15, Steven F. Carman
Annual Form 10-K
Proxy Solicitation on Schedule 14-A
Proxy Information Statement on Schedule 14-C
Officer and Ownership Reports on Forms 3, 4 and 5
Required, Optional and Unaccepted Filings Using EDGAR (Electronic Data Gathering, Analysis and Retrieval System)
Audits and Identifying Fraud 2:30 - 3:30, Matt Barberich